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Self-Counsel Press Fall 2014

Cottage Rules
An Owner's Guide to the Rights & Responsibilites of Sharing a Recreational Property
2nd edition
By (author): Nikki Koski
Nikki Koski


Self-Counsel Press - Vancouver



Product Form:


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Paperback , Trade


General Trade
Mar 15, 2014
$13.95 CAD


9in x 6 x 0.3 in | 10 oz

Page Count:

112 pages
Self-Counsel Press
HOUSE & HOME / Outdoor & Recreational Areas
  • Short Description
Have you ever fought over the cottage? Argued about who is responsible for what? Solve your problem with this simple system.


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The Cottage Rules sets out no-nonsense, easy-to-use guidelines for cottage owners who share ownership with others. It deals with everything from succession to laundry. The rules work to prevent conflicts, so that your relationship with your partners can be either as close or as distant as you desire. This book shows cottage owners how to manage their cottage like a business, which in turn prevents disputes and frees their time and energy so they can use it to enjoy the cottage. With four cornerstones to the system (meetings, bookings, banking, and work weekends), the rules are easy to implement, flexible, and reliable. The Cottage Rules can help owners attain their dream of peaceful cottage ownership. A set of forms and samples are included as part of a download kit.

The Malette family has owned a cottage for more than 30 years, and it was inherited by Nikki and her siblings from their father. Nikki and her husband Russ created a system to ensure against future conflicts, and Nikki Koski has now written this book to share the system with you. When she is not at the cottage, Nikki Koski works as a real estate agent.

Nikki Koski’s excellent missive on how to share inherited vacation property is a must-read for everyone in the same position. - Peggy Mackenzie, Toronto Star - The rules worked so well that Nikki wrote a book about them — The Cottage Rules: An Owners’ Guide to the Rights and Responsibilities of Sharing Recreational Property. - Harold Carmichael, Sudbury Star -

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